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Magnesium injections - I'm having weekly injections any feedback would be good

Discussion in 'General Treatment' started by ottiebow, Feb 5, 2012.

  1. ottiebow

    ottiebow

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    Hi

    I'm having weekly magnesium injections (along with B12). Has anyone found that the magnesium has really helped. If so how long have they had them for?
     
  2. xrunner

    xrunner Senior Member

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    I had quite a few of those for months. They were initially good at relieving certain symptoms like fatigue and overstimulation but did not cure any underlying problem. In the end I had to give them up because they were affecting my blood pressure, thankfully.
    With hindsight I believe they were counterproductive and contributed to setting me up with a huge biofilm problem, which isn't easy to get rid off.
    My opinion? Ditch them! (unless you take at the same time some anti-biofilm and antibiotic stuff).
     
  3. Mij

    Mij Senior Member

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    I didn't find the Magnesium shots alone made much of a difference until I added Taurine to the mix. I was suffering with constant movement in my head and no stamina. What a difference after taking the shots, I felt like I had extra fuel in the tank, my brain was calm and I felt a sense of well being again.

    I took 3 shots/week for a couple of months then stopped, and now I take them off and on. Best treatment to date.
     
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    I agree on Taurine, it gives you great fuel and is generally considered healthy. It also has some anti-microbial effects.
     
  5. ottiebow

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    just got my magnesium (red cell) and plamsa blood test results and after 24 magnesium injections my blood levels are still the same as before I started injected magnesium. How can this be???? exasberating
     

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